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As soon as the global pandemic hit, Texas Engineers rolled up their sleeves and got to work — pivoting their research endeavors, developing products for frontline workers and much more.


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Modeling COVID-19: New Forecasts Explore Coronavirus Predictions, Medical Logistics and the Future of Transportation

SARS-CoV-2, and the COVID-19 disease it causes, only emerged late last year, and its rapid spread around the world has experts racing to find ways to forecast its impact. Several...Keep Reading

New 5G Switches Mean Battery Life Improvements, Higher Bandwidth and Speeds

The 5G revolution has begun, and the first lines of phones that can access the next generation of wireless speeds have already hit the shelves. Researchers at The University of... Keep Reading

Tyson Smiter Named Cockrell School’s 2020 Outstanding Scholar-Leader

Class of 2020 mechanical engineering graduate Tyson Smiter, who has been heavily involved in student organizations and committed to his academics since he joined the Cockrell School of Engineering, has been named this year’s Outstanding Scholar-Leader. Every year, the Cockrell School... Keep Reading